Spring is here, and so are the bees! And sometimes, that means there will be bees on your property disrupting your daily outdoor activities or damaging the hollow spaces in your home.
Bee swarms are especially common in the springtime, and they can be pretty scary at times. Many people will wake up in the morning, only to find a big ball of bees sitting in their front yard. If you have kids or curious pets, this can be pretty dangerous, too. If you find a swarm in your yard, call Bee Swarm Removal
Often, people will first discover a beehive on their property when they see bees coming in and out of a tiny hole on the side of their house. Believe it or not, there is often a giant beehive with honey and all built behind that little hole. There are also many pounds of wax and hundreds of bees.
When this is the case, the only solution is to call a bee removal expert to remove the hive and repair the space. When you have the presence of the hive you actually have more of a problem than just the bees. The bees are important to get rid of for the safety of those around your home, but getting rid of the bees alone will not solve the problem. The hive, if left alone, will melt and cause damage. In addition to the mildew and drywall damage that can occur, the leftover substance will also attract roaches, rodents, and ants.
This is why it is important to always call a bee removal specialist; not only will they get rid of the bees, but they will also remove the hive material left behind. This is not a job that a pest control specialist can do, and this is not a job most beekeepers will do.
Our bee removal specialists are trained, licensed, insured, and all of our services come with a warranty. Only trust a professional to perform your live bee removal: call Bee Swarm Removal today!
Bee Removal FAQ
1. Do you have experience removing bees from a wall?
Removing honeybees from a wall requires carpentry experience. A novice beekeeper can cause more damage than good if they are not experts in carpentry.
2. What is the process of removing bees from a wall?
An experienced beekeeper will identify the location of the bees with an infrared camera, use a smoker to calm the bees, use a bee vacuum and other professional tools to remove the honeybees safely, extract the hive, clean the affected area, apply pesticide to deter honeybees from returning to the empty hive, fill the open area with insulation and replace the wall with the original material whenever possible.
3. Do you have pictures of honeybee removals from walls?
Trustworthy honeybee removal companies will have plenty of pictures. Choose a company that has more than just a few examples.
4.How long have you been a beekeeper?
Because there are many species of bees, a beekeeper must have extensive knowledge of the different techniques to safely and effectively remove the bees.
5. How long have you been in business?
Make sure they have a valid business license and have many years of experience in the bee removal field.
6. Do you have references?
A reputable bee removal company will have good ratings online on platforms such as Google. Be wary of businesses that have too few good reviews. Itâ€™s not unusual for novice companies to ask friends and family to create favorable reviews.
7. Do you guarantee your work?
Read the warranty or guarantee agreement carefully. A good bee removal company will warranty a removal requiring a repair for at least a year.
8. Do you have insurance?
Some companies operate with little or no insurance. Companies should have both liability and workmanâ€™s compensation insurance. This is a good precaution against accidents caused by bee smokers causing fires or beekeepers falling from roofs or trees.
4 How to Get Rid of Bees – Do’s and Dont’s.
DO call a professional immediately.
This is the single most important step of bee removal! If you have a bee problem, it’s imperative that you use a professional bee removal expert to fix the situation for you. Their experience, knowledge and skills enable them to effectively remove the bees, quickly and safely, ensuring that no one gets hurt…